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Play-dough fun

Camp leaders from Fun Seekers preschool program offered up a play-dough colouring session in the gazebo at Trail’s Gyro Park Wednesday morning. The Trail Parks and Recreation mini summer camp runs until Aug. 20 and offers active games, theme crafts, sports and field games for children ages 3-5. (Left to right) Noah Jagu, Emily Morris, Sophie Morris, and Olivia Weeks chose their favourite shade before squishing the bright coloured food dye into a squishy ball of fun. - Sheri Regnier
Camp leaders from Fun Seekers preschool program offered up a play-dough colouring session in the gazebo at Trail’s Gyro Park Wednesday morning. The Trail Parks and Recreation mini summer camp runs until Aug. 20 and offers active games, theme crafts, sports and field games for children ages 3-5. (Left to right) Noah Jagu, Emily Morris, Sophie Morris, and Olivia Weeks chose their favourite shade before squishing the bright coloured food dye into a squishy ball of fun.
— image credit: Sheri Regnier
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